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The US-Sudanese negotiations were mostly focused on the funds Washington wanted Khartoum to place in escrow for the victims of Al-Qaeda attacks on the US diplomatic missions in Kenya and Tanzania back in 1998.
Another US demand, however, was rejected by the Sudanese government. In late September, mostly Arabic-speaking Mulsim-majority Sudan said it would not accept tying its removal from the terrorist sponsors list to normalizing relations with Israel. Hamdok maintained at the time that the two issues should be dealt with separately.
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